|Bridalveil Fall Trail|
This easy paved half-mile trail visits the base of a 620-foot single-drop waterfall on the south side of Yosemite Valley.
|Chilnualna Falls Trail|
This 8-mile round trip hike ascends 2,200 feet past a raucous string of cascades to the top of a waterfall alongside Wawona Dome.
This epic 16-mile hike climbs 4,800 feet and is one of Yosemite’s most popular and most challenging trails.
This easy 0.75-mile hike explores a pair of islands in the Merced River at the east end of Yosemite Valley.
|Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and Wapama Falls|
This 5-mile hike tours a flooded valley to a thundering waterfall in the northwest corner of Yosemite National Park.
|Lower Yosemite Fall Trail|
This 1.2-mile hike delivers visitors to the base of the tallest waterfall in North America. The experience is not to be missed.
|Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias|
This 1.6-mile hike (or longer) visits the biggest trees in Yosemite.
This short east hike off Tioga Road visits a peaceful alpine lake in the high elevation region of Yosemite north of Yosemite Valley.
This 2 to 2.8-mile hike visits a reflective pool on the east end of Yosemite Valley.
|Mist Trail to Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall|
This 1.8 to 6.1-mile hike takes an exciting course past two of Yosemite’s prize waterfalls.
This nearly 10-mile long one-way hike travels from Glacier Point down to Yosemite Valley in the most scenic way possible.
|Taft Point Trail|
This 2-mile round trip hike visits an overlook on the south wall of Yosemite Valley with fascinating rock fissures carved into the exposed granite.
|Wawona Meadow Loop Trail|
This gentle 3.9-mile loop passes through forest encircling a verdant, mostly-natural meadow near Wawona Hotel at the south end of Yosemite National Park.
|Wawona Swinging Bridge|
This 0.8 or 1.4-mile hike leads to a suspension bridge spanning a charming stretch of the South Fork Merced River in the Wawona Area of Yosemite National Park.